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Unformatted text preview: Natonton 1 Karlo Natonton English 190 Instructor: Jessica Perolio November 2, 2009 Take My Privacy, Please! was written by highly-respected news anchor and reporter, Ted Koppel. In his article, Koppel criticizes services that track their customers such as TiVo and OnStar. He also presents the negative effects people giving all of their personal information to companies who may lose all of the information. Koppel believes that the public should be told how their information is being handled and what is being done with it. Throughout his entire argument, Koppel criticizes certain services such as the E-Z pass which is an automatic toll- collector, OnStar, and TiVo. Though he does provide evidence for his argument, it does not make much sense to be criticizing convenient services that help the lives of its users. Customers agree to terms of the service and fully realize what they are getting themselves into. Customers realize that they are putting themselves at risk and agree in most cases not to hold the companies...
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